Lawn Care

Lawn Care

Blue Tree Landscaping’s lawn care service will keep your yard looking its best. Month after month. Year after year. Take a moment to think about what you want in your landscape. We provide a total lawn care solution for our clients including:

  • Routine lawn maintenance: mowing, weed control, and fertilizing
  • Turf management: aeration and overseeding
  • Seed and sod
  • Drainage and swale management

Our Objective: A healthy, green lawn for you and your family to enjoy

Aeration and Overseeding

Is your lawn getting thin, turning brown or developing spots that just don’t look as good as they should? Over time, most soil becomes compacted or hard, and your turf has trouble filling in those thin and browning spots. Drought, disease and insects can also take their toll. If any of this sounds familiar, aeration and overseeding might be just what you need.

Getting Your Lawn Back On Track

All lawns, regardless of their condition, can benefit from some level of renovation every year or so. One of the best means of rejuvenating turf is to combine the power of professional aeration with overseeding.

During aeration, a machine known as a core aerator pulls plugs of soil and thatch up from the lawn to break up compacted soil and create more room for air, water and fertilizer to reach the roots. This results in expansion of the root system for thicker, healthier grass. Aeration also helps to break up thatch, which can prevent water, fertilizer and insect controls from reaching the soil if it gets too thick.

Following up aeration with overseeding is a great way to thicken up a thin lawn or add a hardier, more drought-resistant grass variety to your property. Good seed-to-soil contact is essential for seeding success, and the new grass seed will have an easier time growing in the holes left behind by aeration. Keep in mind that if your lawn has been seeded, the soil should be kept moist with light, frequent sprinklings until the new grass is well established.

Call us today at 610-222-0590 for all of your landscaping needs!

Bronze - 5 Step Program

Step 1 - Early Spring - Balanced, slow release fertilizer for gradual transition to spring green-up. Pre-emergent weed control to prevent unsightly crabgrass and broadleaf weeds.
Step 2 - Late Spring - Fertilize with micronutrients to prepare for summer stress and broadleaf weed control.
Step 4 - Summer - Time release fertilizer to carry your turf through harsh summer conditions, including spot treatment for broadleaf weeds.
Step 5 - Early Fall - Balanced fall feeding for healthier roots, greener grass and broadleaf weed control.
Step 6 - Late Fall - Winter fertilizer for healthier, greener turf next spring.

Silver - 7 Step Program

5-STEP BRONZE, PLUS STEPS 3 & 7:
Step 1 - Early Spring - Balanced, slow release fertilizer for gradual transition to spring green-up. Pre-emergent weed control to prevent unsightly crabgrass and broadleaf weeds.
Step 2 - Late Spring - Fertilize with micronutrients to prepare for summer stress and broadleaf weed control.
Step 3 - Summer - Grub control to prevent grub damage to turf roots.
Step 4 - Summer - Time release fertilizer to carry your turf through harsh summer conditions, including spot treatment for broadleaf weeds.
Step 5 - Early Fall - Balanced fall feeding for healthier roots, greener grass and broadleaf weed control.
Step 6 - Late Fall - Winter fertilizer for healthier, greener turf next spring.
Step 7 - Late Fall - Lime application to help balance your PH.

Gold - 9-Step Program

7-STEP SILVER, PLUS STEPS 8 & 9:
Step 1 - Early Spring - Balanced, slow release fertilizer for gradual transition to spring green-up. Pre-emergent weed control to prevent unsightly crabgrass and broadleaf weeds.
Step 2 - Late Spring - Fertilize with micronutrients to prepare for summer stress and broadleaf weed control.
Step 3 - Summer - Grub control to prevent grub damage to turf roots.
Step 4 - Summer - Time release fertilizer to carry your turf through harsh summer conditions, including spot treatment for broadleaf weeds.
Step 5 - Early Fall - Balanced fall feeding for healthier roots, greener grass and broadleaf weed control.
Step 6 - Late Fall - Winter fertilizer for healthier, greener turf next spring.
Step 7 - Late Fall - Lime application to help balance your PH.
Step 8 - Fall - Core Aeration - Double plug core aeration of turf areas.
Step 9 - Fall - Overseeding - Overseed turf areas - Will be done with core aeration.

*Steps 3 & 4, 6 & 7 and 8 & 9 will be applied at the same time.